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Day: December 15, 2002 (Page 1 of 2)

Metaverse launches XForm Web Service to Convert Microsoft Word Documents to XML

Metaverse Corporation launched its XForm Web Service, which converts Microsoft Word documents to XML format and is an XML/SOAP Web Service, built on the Microsoft .NET platform. To see the Web Service in action, users can launch a demo application from Metaverse’s corporate web site. Free trial licenses are available for developers to call the Web Service directly from their own custom applications. The XForm Web Service is completely free for up to 50 transformations per month. Beyond the free trial version, pricing starts at $39.00/month for up to 500 transformations. Volume pricing and OEM options (online and offline) are available upon request.

Authentica Introduces SafeRoute

Authentica, Inc. introduced SafeRoute, an enterprise secure messaging solution for guarding sensitive e-mail shared within or outside corporate boundaries. SafeRoute is a secure messaging solution to provide both automatic e-mail security and the option for individual users to protect their own outgoing messages. SafeRoute gives enterprises a solution to centrally manage and control corporate e-mail in accordance with established e-mail security and retention policies without disrupting their existing messaging infrastructure or requiring cumbersome steps for users. The SafeRoute messaging solution is part of Authentica’s content security suite that also includes PageRecall for secure document sharing and NetRecall for secure sharing of Web content. Authentica’s products can protect information persistently even after it is downloaded, allowing full control over distribution, printing, expiration and revocation of information.

iManage Adds Partners & Unveils Solutions Catalog

iManage, Inc. announced the addition of several new partners to its iDevelop program, which brings together companies that have developed software applications that integrate with iManage WorkSite. The company also introduced a new Solutions Catalog listing more than 60 products now available to extend the capabilities of WorkSite. iManage WorkSite suite delivers document management, collaboration, workflow and knowledge management accessible through an integrated portal in a single integrated Internet solution. The new partners announced include providers of workgroup, wireless and legal industry software solutions: Ricoh, Onset Technology, and Legal Files Software Inc. The full spectrum of iDevelop products and functionality are listed in the Solutions Catalog at: Acquires Globalization Management System from Convey, inc. announced that the company has purchased a suite of globalization management applications from Convey Software (formerly eTranslate). The transaction, which combines the localization services of with software designed for multilingual content management, creates a full service offering for companies with a significant multilingual Web presence. The GMS applications, called GlobalLink and Ultra, integrates with Interwoven’s TeamSite. was previously a service partner to Convey Software and most recently acted as a reseller of GlobalLink.

Ephox Releases EditLive! for Java 2.0

Ephox announced the general availability of EditLive! for Java 2.0, the next generation of its Web-based content authoring application. EditLive! for Java 2.0 adds features such as support for XML, support for the WebDAV, and compliance with Section 508. EditLive! is a content authoring application for non-technical users, allowing them to make content updates in a word processor-like environment. EditLive! ties into content management and CRM solutions such as Vignette, FileNET, Stellent and KANA. EditLive!’s server-based architecture enables administrators to control how content updates occur, even as the application scales to thousands of users. A multi-platform solution, EditLive! supports both Windows and Java environments in Internet Explorer and Netscape. EditLive! for Java 2.0 is now available. The pricing of EditLive! For Java 2.0 starts at $35 per user or $5,000 per CPU. An evaluation kit and online demos are available.

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